The aim of Kansas Behavioral Health Services is for Kansas communities to thrive through the promotion of prevention and recovery in Kansas communities. We believe, and data supports, the notion that prevention works, people recover and treatment is effective.
We’re committed to creating a system of care that is customer/community focused and that is driven by results supported by a highly competent and partnership-based workforce. Our best work comes from working together to create and nurture strategic partnerships where we share information, successes, trainings, events and more.
Our work is supported by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and the Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services (KDADS). KDADS is responsible by statute and holds the authority and responsibility to coordinate and provide substance abuse and mental health services in Kansas. We promote effective public policy and develop and evaluate programs and resources for behavioral health prevention, treatment and recovery services.
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